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bombproof

[′bäm‚prüf]
(engineering)
Referring to shelter, building, or other installation resistant or impervious to the effects of bomb explosions.
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Quevega looks bombproof in the David Nicholson Mares Hurdle (4.40) and should record her third straight run in the race.
Last week a pounds 700million programme to build more than 700 bombproof vehicles for troops was announced by the Ministry of Defence.
He really, really loves his cars and he can afford the best."Aa The star has also had bombproof features included on his car and has had his drivers trained in self-defence.
Eight operators were using behavioral screening, 29 had CCTV, and 22 had either removed conventional trash bins or replaced them with bombproof versions.
Diversification can make an economy stronger (although not bombproof), but much harder to read.
FACT - Taking vitamin supplements doesn't make your body bombproof. There are many things that deplete your body of vitamins, such as cigarettes, caffeine and aspirin.
But earlier this year it emerged eight of Mr Blair's team had switched to the trendy Toyota Prius, and last month it was revealed the Prime Minister had ordered a bombproof BMW.
Earlier this year it emerged eight of Blair's team had switched to the Toyota Prius, and last month the Prime Minister ordered a bombproof BMW.
Nevertheless, there is an almost unshakable faith within the ranks of IT that: this time the code will be bombproof, the backup will work flawlessly, the RAID system really does what it says in the brochure.
He believes the three-storey, 140,000-square foot bombproof bunker is a great business opportunity and he's pitching the property to global telecom companies as a secure data storage facility connected by a large fibre-optic pipe.
This allows a high throughput and gives virtually bombproof redundancy, should one of the lines go down temporarily.